Everton 2018/19 Summer Transfer Window Review

Kyle Walker joined Man City from Tottenham a year ago

Kyle Walker joined Man City from Tottenham a year ago

Striker Harry Kane committed his future to Tottenham before heading to the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation and finishing as the top-scorer as England reached the semi-finals.

At 8:00pm this evening, United and Leicester will do likewise.

Players can still leave the Premier League before the end of this month but no-one can now come in.

United's squad is stretched through injuries and fitness issues with returning World Cup stars.

And his next comment has already led to backlash from Manchester United fans on social media after Mourinho said finishing behind City wasn't such a bad thing....

Many were delighted with the showing from the 28-year-old, who has had a hard couple of seasons since his switch from Manchester United and are hopeful that he will be able to replicate it in the future.

Emery was reported to only have £50 million to play with prior to this summer's transfer window opening.

Big outlays didn't immediately deliver on the field for Fulham, the first team to spend more than 100 million pounds after being promoted.

Tottenham Hotspurs was the only team in the league to not have signed any player in the current transfer window. American owner Shahid Khan has funded the recruitment of 12 players for the west London club.

Brighton spent around 60 million pounds reinforcing for its second season in the Premier League, but couldn't manage a shot on target in a 2-0 loss at Watford.

The 46-year-old Spaniard arrives with an intriguing pedigree, having enjoyed success with PSG, only to pay the price for failing to fulfil the club's desire to win the Champions League.

However, Chelsea was dealt a huge blow when the striker chose to join AC Milan in a loan move that also involved Italian defender, Leonardo Bonnucci moving to Turin as part of the deal and that was how Chelsea failed to land one of Europe's most prolific strikers in Serie.

Deloitte says that "since the introduction of the player transfer window system in January 2003, aggregate gross player transfer spending has exceeded £11.9 billion, with around 82% of this being spent in summer transfer windows". His performances saw him linked with several moves to other Premier League clubs, only for the 21-year-old to opt to stay put at Molineux and play his part in the club's first season back in the top flight since 2012.

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